Wix Launches Its Own POS in Partnership With Stripe and HP

Wix POS is a new hardware and software bundle for accepting in-person payments while integrating with an online storefront.

Popular website builder Wix is getting into the point-of-sale business with Wix POS. The hardware and software bundle will help business owners accept brick-and-mortar payments while staying connected to their Wix storefronts online.

The new offering comes through partnerships both with Hewlett-Packard, which produces the hardware tablet, and with Stripe, whose Terminal card reader is powered by Wix Payments.

It’s a big move from Wix into a new field — and another sign of the increasingly porous line between online and offline shopping.


Wix Retail POS includes two components, a hardware kit preloaded with Wix’s POS software and the Stripe card reader. The hardware integrates with existing Wix ecommerce software including all inventory, orders, fulfilment, CRM, analytics, data and reports associated with a user’s account.

Sales made through the Wix POS device will sync in real time with both the Wix Business Manager and Wix Owner app, and vice versa. Processing rates are fixed, with no additional fees tied to the new POS hardware.

Users will be able to create branded digital gift cards, and can save customers’ carts or favorite items to their POS tablet.

“We strive to provide Wix business owners with a complete business solution, and we’re thrilled to extend our offering to the physical world,” Liat Karpel Gurwicz, head of e-commerce marketing at Wix, told ZDNet. “The launch of our own POS solution comes at a time when businesses must have the agility to move seamlessly between their online presence and offline POS.”

In other words, the new hardware is the first big step from Wix into the realm of brick-and-mortar stores, right when those stores are looking for more online integration than ever.

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How the Wix POS Is Sold

The POS is only available for those in the US at the moment, though it will be rolling out to additional countries in the future.

The POS is available with both Wix Retail POS hardware and Wix Mobile POS. It comes with a one-year warranty, a 30-day money-back guarantee, and free shipping. The premium option includes a terminal with customer display, a cash drawer, a barcode scanner, a receipt printer and the Stripe Terminal card reader, though users can also buy a smaller package.

Once users get their kit, they can quickly get up and running just by logging into their Wix account on the POS tablet or through the Wix Owner app, available on iOS and Android. Users will need a Wix Payments account in order to accept payments through the POS.

We’ve already reviewed Wix as our top pick for an ecommerce-focused website builder. With the new POS, Wix now offers end-to-end commerce integratation, making them even better. An online presence has been a must for business owners for years, but it’s not always easy to find a single solution that syncs up with both online and offline purchase activity. Wix POS could be the answer.

Wix isn’t the only POS provider in town of course, in fact, its got plenty of competition. Here are the ones we rank best for 2021 at the moment, we’ll be sure to assess Wix POS too, soon.

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Revel POS

Erply POS

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Clover POS

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Best to track and train employees

Best for small retail stores and pop-ups

Best small business growth features

Best for CRM tools

Best for small franchises

Best for omnichannel sellers

Best for established retail stores

Best for omnichannel sellers

Best for omnichannel sellers

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Free (without inventory)

$14.95 (with transaction fees + no hardware)

$449 (one-time fee)

Works with a range of of third-party periperals.

Sold by Square, separately or bundled. Works with most leading brands and has a great free trial.

Available through third-party vendors.

Offers a preconfigured POS terminal with an iPad and tablet stand, a router, a printer, and a cash drawer.

Works with loads of hardware options

Sold by Shopify, but also works with iPads and Android tablets.

Sells everything from full cash stations to mobile card readers.

Works with a range of of third-party periperals.

Specialized hardware available. Not compatible with weighing scales.

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